Better Workplaces

Thanks to companies with flexible human resource policies, mature workers like Madam Lim who have exceeded the re-employment age of 67 can continue doing what they love.

Data and analytics are shouldering up to the fashion world to keep customers coming back for more. We talk to Zalora’s Marketing Manager Li Zhiliang about the seduction.

Long-service staff in Asia’s leading retailer Wing Tai share how their jobs have changed over the years with one constant – the personal touch.

One furniture company is breaking away from tradition to offer customers a novel and exciting experience. Welcome to Commune’s virtual home decoration world.

Reebonz is helping small players get into the online marketplace while it redesigns job roles within its shopping space.

The Soup Spoon makes use of fancy Spanish technology to make your favourite bowl of soup stay fresh longer.

“It is not my job.” “It will not happen to me!” How often have we seen a potential hazard at the workplace and ignored it, thinking that someone else will take care of it? According to the Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Statistics Report 2016 issued by the WSH Institute, there were a total of 13,014 workplace...

“If we talk about work-life friendly practices, we believe it is part and parcel of creating a workforce that is happy and engaged,” says one organisation. Here’s a grateful employee’s story.

How far have women come in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics? We posed this question to Er. Emily Tan - an engineer with oodles of experience.

The American Club values its mature workers for the long-standing bonds they have built with members over the years.